Joomla blog posts from around the web (05/11)

joomla-week-05Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 05.

This week, the Brian has another hidden Joomla secret up his sleeve.

There's also a look at how the WWF use Joomla and a short post about how a Joomla User Group struggles with attendance. Are they worth all the work that's required?

Enjoy the read and have a great week!

Another Hidden Joomla Secret Revealed

Written by Brian Teeman

When I gave the first presentation of "Joomla Hidden Secrets" in The Netherlands back in 2009 I stated that I was only presenting some of the "secrets" and that I would present more in the future. Well, for various reasons, I never did.

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Joomla Night Stockholm: World Wildlife Foundation Uses Joomla

Written by Steve Burge

This is the second Joomla event to take part in a new tradition we're starting in 2011: Before each Joomla!Day / Joomla!Night around the world we're going to feature a great local Joomla site.

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Free Joomla Support

Written by Brian Teeman

As Joomla is free of cost to download and install should support for it also be free of cost? The same is also true of extensions for Joomla, if it is free of cost to download can you expect the support for it to be free? Everyday on twitter I see Joomla extension developers moaning about the "unrealistic" expectations of users asking, or even demanding, free technical support.

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Are JUGs worth it?

Written by Steve Burge

Several Joomla User Groups (JUG) have reports of around a hundred people attending, joomladays might have 3-400 people attend. So why in some cases do JUGs only have 4 or 5 attend their meetings and 100 at a national event?  How do you make a JUG successful, is it food? beer? or dancing penguins and a late night disco?  Several JUGs have on an average membership of 40 people, but few ever turn up. Here is an example of trying to get one JUG off the ground. (this is not a JUG I have attended!)

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